bellato round table

posted by the scholar on October 18th, 2007
filed under: design, furniture, wood

ack! i’m nutty coconutty about this sleek round (well, the company calls it round) table by luciano bertoncini for italy’s bellato. it looks more like a wedge to me. revel in its curvy lines and the way it stores your stuff. three compartments open 360°, so all your remotes, mail, magazines and whatever else you have cluttering up your family room can now be hidden away.




bonus: this sleek piece of furniture is on wheels for added convenience!

i love intelligently designed furniture that can multitask — it’s almost like having an intimate, interactive relationship with what is in your home instead of simply occupying/admiring/dusting it all.

it’s offered in wenge or a black and white finishes, and dimensions are cm 59.5 x 59.5 x 37, or about 24″ x 24″ x 15″.

check out bellato’s website for more info.

via freshome

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2 Responses to “bellato round table”

  1. Bri Says:

    Oooooooh, what a cool table. It’s like an artist’s taboret. I hope it’s all sustainable since it’s coconut wood. Well designed furniture that is multi-functional…too cool. Especially when it hides your junk. (or rather my junk, not YOUR junk 🙂 )

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    nice to see you!

    i love everything about this table – if they are making it from something sustainable that would make it the perfect table!

    and for the record, i have plenty of junk myself. 🙂

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